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Windows

Cleaning windows can be a lot of work or relatively easy. It depends on your cleaning formula and method.
 
Assemble a bucket & cloths,  I like to use white wash cloths for washing & white absorbent hand towels for drying.
 
 I use a simple solution of 1/2 gallon of hot tap water 3 teaspoons of distilled vinegar & 1/4 teaspoon of dish soap.  (Brands don't matter to me in this case).
 
Wash then thoroughly dry the window 1 pane at a time. Start at the top wash then dry thoroughly.

Stainless Appliances

Are your stainless appliances always streaky or fingerprinted? 
 
 I always have the best results from Weiman products.  Remember you must start with a clean surface.  Use a little dish soap & water to clean stainless before applying polish.  The trick in a perfect result lies in drying the surface completely.  Apply the stainless steel polish to a soft cloth & cover the entire surface with a thin layer.  Use another dry soft cloth to polish completely dry.  Remember to always wipe with the grain (usually up & down). 

Cleaning efficency tips

As promised I will be posting general efficiency comments & tips from professional housekeepers. 
 
Do you look at your house and honestly don't know where to start? 
 
Maria's- A general rule of thumb is top to bottom.  What does that mean?  Start upstairs or at one end of the house & do all tasks systematically on each level.  Cleaning each room separately just adds up to more minutes of cleaning drudgery.  Dust every room then remove trash from the entire level etc.